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Going Well

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The Foundation GAA coaching course organised by C.J. Kickhams Juvenile GAA club has been going well. Upwards of 14 people have been attending the course last week. The final night of the course is next Wednesday night Feb. 5th with a 7pm start.

Rain

After a record dry year in 2013 the skies certainly opened in January 2014. During the month 158.8mm of rain fell on 29 of the 31 days. Just imagine only 2 dry days in the month. January has been one of the wettest months in the locality for a number of years.

Local Lotto

The last local lotto draw took place on Mon. Jan 27th. The numbers drawn were 9, 13, 15 and 22. There was no jackpot winner, but 5 lucky winners shared the match 3 prize of €150. Congrats to Keilan Egan, Brendan O’Sullivan, Rita/Sean, Ned/Katie and Pauline and Stasia. Next draw is on Mon. Feb. 10th when the jackpot could be worth €2,500. Be in, to win.

Community Council Draw

The January Community Council monthly draw resulted:- €150 Liam Tobin, Mullinoly, €70 Joe O’Gorman, Raheen, €25 Frances Brett, Clonagoose, €25 Mullinahone Community Council, €20 Graham Davies, Clashbeg.

Ladies Football

U16 Ladies football recommenced on Tuesday night Feb. 4th at 7.30pm in the GAA hall. Everyone is welcome to future sessions especially new players. Come along to get fit and meet new friends. Mullinahone Ladies football was well represented in Wexford on Sunday on the Tipperary Senior Ladies team who defeated Wexford in the National League. Congratulations to team manager John Leahy and player Lorraine O’Shea and the rest of the team.

Cleaner Retires

On Monday last Maureen Lanigan retired from St. Michaels NS having cleaned the school for 37 years. Maureen never missed a day and never let the school down during her time there. We leave the last words on Maureen to Holly Carroll of 6th class.

Mrs Lanigan

Thank you Mrs Lanigan for walking through that door.

Thank you Mrs Lanigan for cleaning up the floor.

Thank you Mrs Lanigan for cleaning up the hall

Thank you Mrs Lanigan, you’re the best cleaner of them all.

Parish Newsletter

Condolences to Maureen Hennessy, Breda Rochford and Davy Purcell on the death of their sister Kathleen Butler formerly Clashbeg who died in the UK. Condolences to Ann Marie Panton, Killaghy on the death of her father John McGowan in Limerick. Anniversary Masses next weekend Saturday Feb 8th at 8pm anniversary Ned and Nell Ryan, Kickham Street, Sunday Feb. 9th at 11.30am anniversary Canon Nash. May they all rest in peace.

 

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"And I wouldn't much care for Sierra Leone, If I hadn't seen Killenaule
And the man that was never in Mullinahone,
Shouldn't say he had travelled at all."

 

poet. C.J. Boland